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Wednesday, September 18, 1963
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PAGE SIX ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1963 East Alton Board Okavs Curfew Bill Running Pops Wire Holding Alton Memorial MEDICAL Jnni Tumbleson. Wood River. Bruce Bnieggemann, Alton. One of the wires used to tieblplisa Kay Terry. Cottage Hills. EAST ALTON - A curfew or-1 for an additional SliiO.OOn general j together a leg fracture five years | Brian Terry. Cottage Hills. Leg Fracture Hospital Notes dinnnce for voungslrrs under the!obligation bond issue to support age of 18 was passed Tuesday'the village's proposed scwor pro- night by the Village board. jject was postponed until tonight. The ordinance prohibits young-!The ordinance submitted listed store'from being on East Alton the bond issue's election date as Oct. 15. South Roxana-Wamla WCTU Entertained streets Saturday from 12:01 a.m. to 6 a.m.. from 12:01 a.m. to 6 a.m. Sunday and from 11 p.m.! until 6 p.m. Sunday 11; rough, Thursday. Teenagers under the age of IS who are on the street because of I ago broke while Mary Davis, 13, was running Tuesday. The broken wire and two others used in the leg-setting after an automobile accident in 10/>8 were being removed this morning at Alton Memorial Hospital. Mary's mother, Mrs. Albert File of 104 St. Joseph's Dr., Godfrey, said her daughter was playing with some children and was SOUTH ROXANA — The South! running during a visit with her employment or who are with par- Ro xana-\Vanda Women's Chris-1 g j' acnd ™ th ! r ents. guardian or a responsible adult will not be picked up by tian Temperance Union m e t dent happcned . Mary Jones of Seminary Road, when the aed- police. Monday afternoon at the home of Mayor Charles Vanpreter will!the President, Miss Ruby Rose- be officially referred to as "may- berry, end her sister, Mrs. Net- instead of village president tie Ryan, on the Old Edwards- by ordin- ville Road near Wanda. Mrs. Herbert gave the devo- or the board approved ance Tuesday night. | George A vote on an ordinance calling Itionals and Miss Roseberry gave — ithe opening prayer. Ruth Littleton presented i mergers that would give them "She heard the wire pop in her knee," Mrs. File said. Mary is a student at North Junior High School and will be hospitalized for several days. BRUSSELS — Several Euro- mean companies are planning BOILS PRID SAIYI IMILI MMIDY COMPANY 116 S. $»vtnfh $».-$». loult 2, Me. Draws, promotes .healing—minor cuts, scratches,. bruises, wound*. Prid draws splinters. 35< and 50< at drug stores Mrs. the lesson, prayer and appeal and Mrs. John Willeford gave a skit on "Dues and Revues." A white elephant sale was planned for sometime in October, the date and place to be announced. It. purchase canteen VFW iiospital in was voted to books for the Danville. The next meeting will be Oct. the advantage of financing by two governments where the firms are from different countries. PARIS—More US airlines are expected to order planes from French builders. 21 at the home of Mrs. Fred Longshore on Oct. 21. Got your heart set on a new car? But wondering what you'll use for money? We've got the answer to that: use OURS! You can get the cash you need fast on an auto loan from us. We'll arrange to finance your car in the way most advantageous to YOU. Cost will be low, terms convenient, service prompt. Come in! GODFREY STATE BANK JTour Friendly Noithside Bank Member F.D.I.C. Monticello Plaza. Lisa Ftinkhonser, Worden. Robert Hayes Sr.. 1217 Clawson. Mrs. Mary Moore, Godfrey. Edmond Henderson. 18 Sullivan. SURGICAL Ruth Clendenny, Hamburg. Anthony Avramovich, Wood River Mrs. Mar.jorie Evans, Jerseyville Gary Whitworth. Granite City. James Mawdsley, 3203 Edwards. Lloyd Elliott. 5406 Humbert. William Boyd, Granite City. Catherine Bailey, Godfrey. Pamela Bailey, Godfrey. Mrs. Cleo Cummings. Dow. Mrs. Gertrude Hale, 2303 Hale. Miss Pauline Crick, 3422 Gillham Mrs. Teresa Hopkins, Fail-mount. Mrs. Antoinette Kowalchik, Napa, Calif. Mary Davis. Godfrey. DISMISSAKS Mrs. Juanita Boone, Granite City Mrs. Jackie Nelson, East Alton. Mrs. Oma Henderson, Alton. Larry Forrest, 1925 Piasa. Kevin O'Brien. East Alton. James Carroll, 3510 Oscar. Raymond Little. 3180 Belle. Mrs. ErmaJ Kelsey, 1518 Langdon Lyndle Clark, 707 Reuter. Mrs. Celeste Tyson, 2415 Washington. Mrs. Cleopha Baker, Wood River Robert Denby, 2632 Grandview. Casey Costello, Godfrey. Mrs. Mary Taylor, 3410 Badley. Mrs. Nellie Mielke, 2911 Hillcrest William Johnson. Alton. Darius Crull, 1816 Washington. Charles Claxton Jr., Wood River Christian Kinder, Moro. Mrs. Elsie Castle, 3115 Leverett. James Richey, 2210 Central. Rice, St. Anthony's MEDICAL Mrs. Mamie Balster, 701 Wood River. Frank McGee, 1105 Logan. Mrs. Dorothy Walker, 448 Bluff. Elza Beavers, Cottage Hills. Theodore Gavellas, 3701 Franor. Mrs. Emma Wilson, 806 Alby. Mrs. Mary Hosey, Rt. 1, Godfrey Mrs. Monnie Compton, Edwardsville. Oscar Kirkpatrick, Edwardsville. Robert Purcell, 815 Central. Mrs. Marguerite Keller, Grafton. Mrs. Elizabeth Hewitt, 406 Prospect. Mrs. Mabel Yost, Godfrey. Mrs. Pearl Martin, Cottage Hills. DISMISSALS Mrs. Inez Kilmer, East Alton. Mrs. Adelina Percival, 1300 State Emory L. Winner, 427 George. Mtos Betty Lawrence, East Alton Mrs. Mary Panepinta, 211 Allen. Jersey Community MEDICAL David Pegue, Fieldon. Mrs. Mary Miles. Fieldon. Edward Menke, Brussels. Miss Pamela Staton, Jerseyville. Francis Kuebrich, Jerseyville. DISMISSALS Mike Costello, Jerseyville. St. Joseph's MEDICAL Mrs. Lucy Schuelenberg. 614% Mechanic. Mrs. Fronie Jenkins, 329 W. 12th. Mrs. Clara Crawford. 811 Ridge. Mrs. Dorris Guarino, East Alton. Arthur Lovell. Bunker Hill. Miss Shirley Baker, Brighton. Orville Davidson, 308 Brookside. Harry Horstman, Godfrey. Herbert Nelson, 1008 Wescott. Mrs. Velma Sconce, Rte. 1, Grafton. Mrs. Madge Hungerford. 526 Broadway, East Alton. James Phillips. 2334 State. Miss Kelly Crowson, Rte. 2, Dow SURGICAL Vernon Doerr, Bethalto. Miss Mildred Cope, Jerseyville Leroy Verdun, 222 Jennings, Wood River. DISMISSALS Stephen Ballhurst, 1812 Woodlawn Mrs. Patricia Bronson, E. Alton. William Carter, Rte. 1, Grafton. Frank Constantino, Rte. 1, Moro. William Dahlberg, Rte. 1, Grafton Mrs. Betty Hawkins, 509 Brookside Clemen Kellerman, Glen Carbon Miss Debra Lamer. Wood River Mrs. Julia Laster, 4203 Aberdeen Mrs. Lillian C. Middleton, Wood River Mrs. Louise C. Narup, Batchtown Mrs. Beatrice Price, 2426 Moore Mrs. Phyllis Stodsdill, East Alton Mrs. Irene Wylle, Wood River Louis Bowman, 1021 Fourth. Miss Joann Brooks, 200 Salu Mrs. Elizabeth Hewitt, 406 Prospect Wood River Township MEDICAL Sam Rice, South Roxana Robert Slone, Gillespie Cyrus Sawyer, 99 Westerholdt, East Alton Mrs. Dorothy Hubbard, 1344 Miland Miss Nola Thompson, Roxana Guy Ceppenati, Rte. 1 Bethalto Mrs. Mary Lankford, South Roxana Larry Fudurich, 152 Jennings, City Hall Bond Plan Set for Vote At Edwardsville EDWARDSVILLE — A $169,0001 persons living in the Montclalre bond issue for construction of a new municipal building for city offices and fire station is expected to be submitted to voters here in a special election Nov. 5. An ordinance for the special election was given first reading Tuesday evening at a regular meeting of the City Council. Construction of a fire department sub-station in the Montclaire area of the city was dropped from the bond issue election against the vigorous objection of Fifth Ward Alderman Charles Bode. The proposed municipal building on Edwardsville's Main Street would accommodate city offices, council chambers and a court room for the police magistrate. Separate Facilities Separate facilities are included for a fire station tq accommodate fire and emergency trucks, equipment, office and living quarters for firemen stationed at the fire house around-the-clock. The existing city hall building, which is rapidly deteriorating, Would be razed if voters approve the bond issue. Cost of the new structure is expected to be about $220,000 Voters will be asked to approve issuing of general obligation bonds totaling $169,000, with the remaining cost expected to be defrayed from surplus money in several existing funds. A plan, approved by a majority of aldermen, to drop the fire department sub-station in the Montclaire area from the referendum in November was opposed by Bode. 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Chop at Sears and Save ftetisfaction Guaranteed or Your Money Hack ALTON, ILL, Phone 465-5511 STORE HOURS Mon., Thurs., Fri. 9 to 9 Other Days 9 to 5 section of the city are without adequate fire protection. "The people out there are paying for fire protection but are not getting it," he told the council. In a statement explaining the move to delay construction of the sub-station, Mayor Raymond 0. Rogers said the station could not he supported on the present city income. There is some doubt that the location chosen is right one," he said in reflecting the feelings of majority of the council. In order to support a fire station in Montclaire the city would have to determine cost of the project together with the annual cost of maintenance of equipment and firemen at the fire house. New equipment wouldn't have to be purchased and additional firemen would be needed to "man the station around-the-clock," the mayor said. Equipment Cost Mayor Rogers said cost of Bill Introduced to Aid Negroes at County Seat equipment at the sub-station could equal the cost of the building. He said manpower could be between 40 to 60 per cent of the cost of the building each year. "In order to meet this need we would have to resort to an increase in taxation or form a fire district outside the city limits to bring the required revenue, or a combination of both," the mayor explained. "It has also come to our attention through local publications and what was told to us that a great deal of building is to take place in the very near future EDWARDSVILLE -- A plan to aid Negroes in Edwardsville to gain equal opportunity for employment, adequate housing and public accommodations moved ahead here Tuesday. A eity ordinance establishing human relations commission and outlining it's duties was introduced to the City Council for first reading by ordinance committee chairman Gary Coffee. The proposed ordinance was •equested by the new existing human relations commission formed by the city on request of the Edwardsville ministerial association. In the proposed ordinance a 10-member commission would be created, which would add two more to the present 8- membcr commission who asked for the men sure defining their duties. The commission will work directly to end any alleged discrimination in the areas of employment, housing, public commodations and city relations with Negroes in Eilwiirdsville. Work toward ending any alleged discrimination in the city i was initiated by the Ministerial j in front of his home at 2317 Hum- Alliance several months airo hurt. Alton, when struck by Bel- $12,000 to Alton Boy Hit by Car EDWARDSVILLE — A Circuit Court jury Tuesday awarded $12,000 damages for'injuries Incurred by a .Vyear-old Alton boy when struck by an automobile as he crossed the street in front of his home June 20, 1962. The "agreed" suit was filed Monday in Circuit Court and heard Tuesday. A jury hearing was required to approve terms of a settlement because the plaintiff was a minor. Richard 0. Evans, three-years of age at the rime of the mishap, was the plaintiff, suing by his father, Jonathan Evans. Named defendant was Angelo J. Bellitto, Godfrey, us driver of the car involved in the mishap. According to the complaint, the Evans boy was crossing the street when it urged the city to form litto's a bi-racial eommittuc to study employment and housing among Negroes in the city. In other action Tuesday the council agreed to call a special meeting Sept. 23 to study the new revised subdivision control ordinance prepared by the city- plan commission over a 2-year period. The ordinance was of-lettered by plan commission chairman Rav Abert. BERLIN--It is reported tha/ German soldiers have been told along By-Pass 66 to the southwest j to get rid of pin-up pictures and of town," he said. This activity makes a decision to build a fire sub-station in Montclaire untinie- Harold Kutter, Jr., Cottage Hills ly at this moment," the mayor said. Rogers said the sub-station should be delayed for about 3 or 4 years. "It is the opinion of the majority who believe this decision is the best for the public they serve," the mayor concluded. 35 Died Last Week In Illinois Traffic SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP)— Fatal traffic accidents in Illinois last week totaled 35. They included three victims of auto-train collisions. The State Traffic Safety Division also announced Tuesday that the year's total fatalities was 1,323, or seven per cent more than last year at this time. HOW! More people qualify for LARGER LOANS AT Now with the new instalment loan law in effect, more families than ever before can get larger loans from Household Finance. Get up to $5000 to help you buy a better car, pay for home repairs or remodeling, consolidate bills and instalment contracts, or for any good purpose. If you need a large loan ... borrow with confidence from the company backed by 85 years of responsible money service—HFC. BORROW UP TO '5000 with up to 60 month* to repay Cash You Gel * $1000 2000 2900 3000 5000 MONT 60 paytnts $129.09 HLY PA' 48 paymts $74.96 89.95 149.92 fMENT 1 36 paymts $36.94 73.88 92.35 110.83 184.71 'LANS 24 paymts $50.20 100.40 125.50 150.60 251.00 Above payments include principal and charges on loans if paid on schedule, out do not include (tolTfwoti Group Lije & Disability insurant HOUSEHOLD FIN ANCE Loan Corporation ~~ _ 123 W, Third St., 2nd Hoar*-465-8871 ^_ ~~ Rows: Monday thru Thvrtday 9:30 to 5:30-Friday 10 to 8 ~""" Loans made to residents within a 100 mile radius are advised to decora IP their walls with landscajx? scenes of army life or socialist life. lie suffered a fracture of the left Jhiph, cerebral concussion and other injuries. A medical report of examining physicians on April 29 this year, attached to the lawsuit complaint, stnted the toy was unconscious when taken to an Alton hospital and remained there- two months. The report listed the boy's fath- a non-commissioned U.S. Army officer stationed at Grafton and his mother as a native of Japan. The jury verdict was for S12.- |000 against Bellitto. the amount of damages sought in the complaint. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily SEPTEMBER BABGAIH JUBILEE THURS.-FRI.-SAT. ONLY! Roll-Up-Sleeve BROADCLOTH SHIRTWAIST DRESSES 3 DAYS ONLY Solid Colon and New Fall Printo Sizes 12-20 and 14V6-24M Special purchase! Cottoo broadcloth dresses with Bermuda or convertible collars at jewel nccldine. Dark-toot prints or solid blade, bfae, sable, or green in die group. Tfiey Stay Tuckeal Men's FLANNELETTE SPORT SHIRTS 1 57 3 Days ! Reg. 79" Ifa. HERSHEY KISSES Milk chocolate kisses, foil wrapped, Bargain priced now! 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